Tottenham back on top but Liverpool fire warning

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Tottenham Hotspur reclaimed the Premier League top spot with victory over Arsenal on Sunday but champions Liverpool’s rout of Wolverhampton Wanderers showed Juergen Klopp’s side are starting to hit their stride.

Harry Kane scored his 250th vocation objective for club and nation in the wake of laying on Son Heung-min’s tenth alliance objective of the period as Tottenham beat Arsenal 2-0 to arrive at 24 focuses from 11 games.

In a matter of seconds a short time later Liverpool, in their first game with fans at Anfield since they won the title, squashed Wolves 4-0 with Mohamed Salah, Georginio Wijnaldum and Joel Matip on track.

A hopeless day for Wolves was covered as Nelson Semedo scored an own objective.

Liverpool joined Tottenham on 24 focuses, in spite of the fact that Jose Mourinho’s Spurs have a prevalent objective contrast.

Tottenham additionally invited fans back, 2,000 of them, without precedent for 277 days – because of the public authority’s new Tier 2 COVID-19 limitations – and they were blessed to receive three focuses against an Arsenal side grieving in fifteenth spot.

Kane has helped eight of Son’s objectives this season and the couple, who have 18 objectives between them, are in overwhelming structure.

“At the point when I’m going him through and he’s cutting inside and whipping them into the top receptacles it is a simple game for me,” Kane, whose objective came from Son’s help, said.

In their last three games Tottenham have beaten Manchester City, drawn with Chelsea and beaten Arsenal without yielding, however Mourinho is declining to move diverted.

“We are top of the league for one more week, which is good fun,” the Portuguese said.

Arsenal enjoyed 69% possession against Tottenham but their forward line continues to misfire.

They have managed only 10 goals in 11 games and manager Mikel Arteta says the situation is not sustainable.

“We need to put the ball in the net, urgently,” Arteta, whose team have lost five of their last seven league games, said. “You look at the stats, they’re all in our favour, but we have to put the ball in the back of the net.”

Liverpool boss Klopp said he had “goosebumps” hearing fans singing the club’s anthems on the Kop.

“As long as nobody tells me someone was injured then it’s been a perfect night,” Klopp said after his side’s 31st victory in their last 32 home league games.

Salah was gifted an opener by a mistake from Conor Coady and did not look back after that.

Jamie Vardy scored a last-gasp winner to give Leicester City a 2-1 victory over bottom club Sheffield United and move his side into fourth spot with 21 points, one behind Chelsea who had taken over top spot on Saturday after beating Leeds United.

Sheffield United, so noteworthy keep going season on their re-visitation of the first class, have one point from 11 matches.

Precious stone Palace scored five objectives in an away game in the first class unexpectedly as they whipped battling West Bromwich Albion 5-1 to move into eleventh spot.

Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke both scored twice albeit West Brom’s motivation was not aided by having Matheus Pereira shipped off in the 34th moment when it was 1-1.

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